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Week 1 Notes

by: Courtney Bayon

Week 1 Notes 07:965:211

Courtney Bayon
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Courtney Bayon on Friday August 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 07:965:211 at Rutgers University taught by Mancuso in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Theater Appreciation in Theater Arts at Rutgers University.


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Date Created: 08/05/16
Speaker is a recording of the first class to Theater  Appreciation BEGINNING OF CLASS INFORMATION  The first 5­10 minutes in class (3:55 to 4:05) of arrival to  class will be considered on time  The first 5­10 minutes will be used to sell tickets  Habitual lateness: don’t be late to a show, it shows that  you think you are more important to the show Sign in sheet for students must be sign in with in the first  5­20 minutes or you will loose you seat EXTRA CREDIT  maximum 2 papers attach stub tickets  Papers must be turned in  within the 2 weeks of seeing  show  point scale 0 to 5 points extra on overall grade WNET Channel 13 also can be used for extra credit  productions on campus can be used (Livingston Theater  Company, Cabaret) review notes before you write your paper  write about concepts and techniques  response paper not critique demonstrating understanding concepts discussed in  class 2 pages per paper for extra credit 3 KEYS TO GOOD GRADES  attendance come to class see all shows take good notes: get essence of point­  *******laptops­ only within the first to rows in the  classroom “HE WILL  COMMENT ON WEBSURFING” SENSITIVE TO LAPTOPS GRADING Midterm: Exam=50% Final: 5 min play= 50% Fina                                                                              5 minute skit with a group of 5 performance graded students within the group anonymous grading 0­5 points  *do not mercy grade or sabotage grades also professor grade is included Extra credit: 0 to 10 additional points Midterm Exam                                                          50 questions multiple choice Scantron #2 pencil 1 extra credit question  Your professor went to what undergraduate college? Rutgers University Class of 1985  tricky question “question are about the show can’t read  about the show and assume you will get the questions  correct” grades posted on sakai  A=100­90 B+=89­87 B=86­80 C+= 79­77 C=76­70 D=69­60 F=59&below CLASS REQUIREMENTS Plays                                                                         5 show all shows have 4­5 dates  buy tickets within groups get closer to the stand Term bill charges 160 when you registered See One in New York City  Broadway Play Fiddler on the Roof (in November)  Don’t take notes while watching plays Play prep  5 minute preview about shows on playlist: history,  playwright… Travel directions on website of theaters which is listed on  syllabus  getting their is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY Description & Participation story based: point of view, beginning middle and end, class discussion of play is held the class date after  seeing the play  everybody’s opinion is valid, tastes can’t be legislated Rutgers University Theater Appreciation Award      RUTAA end of semester as class will decide the best female performance, male  performance, and best play performance RU Tix groups****makes life easier for ticket master and get  assigned day immediately (or sooner) You have to make an account, create simple username  and password  every student is responsible for booking their own tickets notes will be at the class page of the website YOU NEED A JOIN GROUP CODE IN ORDER TO  PURCHASE A TICKET WITHIN THE GROUP  pay with credit/debit card This is section #3  you must register using a Rutgers address can change  after you make the account


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